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With less than a week away before Taylor Swift releases her fourth album, Red, upon the world, the country cutie has debuted one FINAL promotional single!
And after giving it a listen, we think everyone will agree that she's saved the BEST for LAST!
Ch-ch-check out Red's opening track, State Of Grace (above)!
Now, don't get us wrong, we knew that she was deviating from her country roots when we heard the dubstep-infused I Knew You Were Trouble, but we'd say that this one goes even FURTHER off the trajectory!
It has an EPIC, rock-infused flavor that we'd go as far to say even lands in
Oh Taylor Swift, you've completely annihilated all our expectations!!
Yesterday, Taylor teased America with a beat-heavy snippet from her latest single, I Knew You Were Trouble…
And now we have the surprising, AWEsome tune for your listening pleasure IN FULL (above)!
It's everything we've come to expect from Taylor — catchy melody, relatable & interesting lyrics, a sprinkling of dysfunctional love — only it's mixed with the completely unexpected — pounding, dubsteppy electronic bass, a club-poppy crescendo, as well as a myriad of other exciting sounds!
So many be-be-beating hearts over this inevitable SMASH hit! We are infinitely excited for RED's debut, October 22nd!
We LOVE this song!
And now, we're delighted to be able to say the same for the music video!
Ch-ch-check out the dark and powerful clip for Madness, the lead single off of the upcoming album from Muse, The 2nd Law (above)!
Kind of has a V For Vendetta-ish vibe, right?
Just without V! Ha!
And we're so taken with how well the visuals accompany the industrial, dubstep-infleunced beats!
How about U? Are U feeling the Madness from Muse??
That is so CUTEEE!
This dog is grumpy and he's kinda growling, but, well, not really. Actually, it sounds more like a muscle car sitting at a red light OR a chainsaw! Yeah, that's it!
We're surprised no one has made a dubstep remix of this video yet! Ha!
Check out the video (above) to hear one cute pup make one funny noise!
Oh T-Swizzle, you're spanning alllll the genres in your new album! Red's gonna blast our brainz, we just know it!
It seems that Taylor Swift underwent a musical experimentation phase for her latest artistic endeavor, which we've already kinda witnessed in the hip-hop tinged, super poppy, insanely infectious We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together!
After a recent Red listening sesh, Rolling Stone magazine apparently experienced an eclectic mix of non-country sounds on the Nashville-based singer's album, including:
We're not the biggest fan of the whole dubstep movement, but this is really really hot and transcends the genre!
Check out The Black Cards' End Of Pretend featuring Matthew Koma (above)!
Yes, it's Pete Wentz new project post-Fall Out Boy, with guest vocals by Carly Rae Jepsen's boyfriend!